We have updated our curated list of additional events. Remember Bergamot Station events and Culver City will both be hoppin’ on January 12, 2019…with many art parties in between.
 
Be sure to check out our new travel and food website EatTravelGo.com – for more details about the new website, see our Top Ten Events for January 2019 page. As always…let us know what you think. If you would like to join the ETG Subscriber list, email EatTravelGo@gmail.com – we will be sending out quarterly emails about new travel destinations, foodie suggestions, and inspirational stories. 
 
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January 11, 2019:

Gagosian is pleased to present “Images,” an exhibition of new paintings and sculptures by Urs Fischer. On view January 11 February 9, 2019; Art Party 6-8pm; 456 North Camden Drive, Beverly Hills, 90210; https://gagosian.com

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January 11, 2019:

Last Projects throws an art party for “Lingered Memories” by Serge Serum. Jan11-2019-LastProjectsSergeSerum
The subject matter of his solo exhibition focuses on complexities of the human psyche and past trauma experienced by the artist. Art Party: 7-11pm; Last Projects, 206 S Ave 20 Los Angeles CA 90031; sergeserum.com; lastprojects.org

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January 12, 2019:
dnj Gallery hosts an opening reception for a solo exhibition titled “Formally Yours,” featuring the the photography of Gil Kofman. Art Party: 1-3pm; dnj Gallery, 3015 Ocean Park Boulevard, SM 90405; 
https://www.dnjgallery.net/

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January 12, 2019:
Bergamot located at 2525 Michigan Avenue in Santa Monica will be bustling with art parties tonight. One of our top ten events takes place at Skidmore Contemporary Arts from 4-6pm. Read the Feature for more info.

Also from 4-6pm: 
Lora Schlesinger (B-5b) Winter Group Show, Chuck Arnoldi, Doug Edge, Maxwell Hendler, and more.

Then from 5-7pm:
Craig Krull Gallery (B3): Dora De Larios, John Humble
Richard Heller Gallery (B5a): Sasha Pierce, Eric Croes
Fig (D2): Paul Donaldson

Don’t leave yet…cause from 6-9pm, Lois Lambert Gallery (E3) celebrates artists Serena Potter and Joanne Jaffe.

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January 12, 2019:
Kayne Griffin Corcoran presents the gallery’s second solo exhibition of work by 96-year old American born, Italy based sculptor, Beverly Pepper. The presentation will highlight the work this great artist created early on in her career between 1958 – 1967. On view: January 12 – March 9, 2019; Art Party: 5-7pm; Kayne Griffin Corcoran, 1201 S. La Brea Ave., LA, 90019; https://www.kaynegriffincorcoran.com/

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January 12, 2019:

In Long Beach…another early art party takes place at C Gallery on Broadway. “A View through the Lens” is an interactive exhibit with the abstract paintings of Chris Shouse. 
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Find out more about this exhibition on the Event FeatureArt Party: 5:00 – 8:00pm; C Gallery on Broadway, 441 E Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90802; https://www.cgalleryonbroadway.com

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January 12, 2019:

There are several art openings in Culver City (it is 2nd Saturdays Art Walk, but as you can see from last week’s opening, not all the galleries participate). FP Contemporary (one of our top ten events) celebrates the art of Betty Gold tonight…it’s one of our Top Ten events. Read more about the artist on the Event Feature.

From 5-8pm, George Billis (2716 S. La Cienega Blvd), presents three solo exhibitions by Tom Gregg, Lisa Golightly, and Francis DiFronzo.
Also from 5-8pm, Zevitas Marcus (2754 S. La Cienega Blvd) offers a reception for “HA HA HA! NO JOKE,” an exhibition of large-scale color pencil drawings by David X. Then stay in the same building…just head back to Edward Cella Art & Architecture (2754 S. La Cienega Blvd) hosts a new exhibition by Los Angeles based painter and sculptor Rema Ghuloum from 6-8pm.

Additional events take place from 6-8pm.
Kopeikin Gallery (2766 S. La Cienega Blvd), presents “Alejandro Cartagena: Presence.”
New drawings from Kiel Johnson will also be featured. Luis de Jesus Gallery (2685 S. La Cienega) celebrates the art of Caitlin Cherry.
Honor Fraser (2622 S. La Cienega) presents “The Sun Will Not Wait,” an exhibition by Los Angeles-based artist Sarah Cain and will run concurrently with the artist’s site-specific installation curated by Ali Subotnick for Frieze Los Angeles from February 14 through 17, 2019.
Then from 6-10pm
Von Lintel Gallery (2685 S. La Cienega Blvd) celebrates the art of Farrah Karapetian with Club Shine, Photogramming.
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Farrah Karapetian, Detail, Long Night, 2018, Silver gelatin photogram, 121 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches, unique

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January 12, 2019:
Regen Projects hosts an artist reception for “Glenn Ligon: Untitled (America)/Debris Field/Synecdoche/Notes for a Poem on the Third World.” On view: January 12 – February 17, 2019; Art Party: 6-8 pm; Regen Projects, 6750 Santa Monica Boulevard; http://www.regenprojects.com/

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January 12, 2019:

Launch LA hosts an opening reception for “Drawing Near,” a solo exhibition of photo collage drawings by A.M. Rousseau. Free admission, but you must to rsvp@launchla.org. Art Party: 6-9pm; Launch LA Art Gallery, 170 S. La Brea Avenue, LA, 90036; https://www.launchla.org/

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January 12, 2019:
Lowell Ryan Projects celebrates its inaugural exhibition, “Mind Body Soul.” The show brings together three artists––Samuel Jablon, Spencer Lewis, and Maysha Mohamedi––to explore the complex relationship between abstract painting and our everyday surroundings.
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Samuel Jablon, Crystal Emptiness, 2018

“Everyday surroundings” encompasses a full spectrum of definitions, from the poetics of the city (Jablon), to formal notions of spatiality (Lewis), to the aesthetics of language and earth matter as art materials (Mohamedi). Likewise, the tone varies from spiritual to ironic to referential to irreverent––sometimes overlapping. Despite all these differences, the three artists share the same foundational approach. They rely on gesture and color––or more specifically the medium of painting––as a tool to probe their surroundings. Art Party: 6-9pm; Lowell Ryan Projects, 4851 West Adams Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90016; https://www.lowellryanprojects.com/

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January 12, 2019:
Corey Helford Gallery throws an art party to celebrate three exhibitions… “Kazuki Takamatsu: The Way to Release from the Restrai,” “Akika Kurata: And it Will be Winter,” and a four artist show featuring Jang Koal, Krista Huot, Lauren YS, and Tina Yu. Art Party: 7-11pm; Corey Helford Gallery, 571 South Anderson St., LA; https://www.coreyhelfordgallery.com

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January 17, 2019: 

Forest Lawn Museum at Forest Lawn Glendale celebrates the current exhibition “Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment” with a public grand opening reception. The group exhibition honors eleven forward-thinking award-winning female photojournalists. Read more about the talented photographers on the Event Features (see Features) under the Upcoming Events Page.
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Photo by Beverly Joubert, In a hunting game with her mother, a young leopard leaps through tall grass.

Art Party: 5:00 – 8:00pm; Forest Lawn Museum, Forest Lawn, Glendale, 1712 S. Glendale Blvd., Glendale; www.forestlawn.com; www.wovexhibition.org

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January 17, 2019:
House of Lucie Center for Photography hosts a lecture and book signing for “Eric Lawton: EVENT HORIZON. Read more on the Event Feature (on the Upcoming Events Page). Event runs: 6-9pm; House of Lucie at ROW DTLA, 777 S Alameda St., Building M1, Suite 140, Los Angeles, CA 90021; https://www.luciefoundation.org/

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January 17, 2019:
Venice Arts hosts a film screening and artist talk with Join filmmaker NIJLA MU’MIN, for her feature Jinn, telling the story of Summer, a 17-year-old black girl whose world is turned upside down when her mother converts to Islam, prompting her to reevaluate her identity. Event runs: 6:30–8:30pm; Venice Arts, 13445 Beach Avenue, Marina del Rey, CA 90292; https://www.venicearts.org/

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January 18, 2019:
Enjoy artist-led tours of “Nina Chanel Abney:Royal Flush” at CAAM and ICA LA. *Two locations. At CAAM, artist Lili Bernard will begin the tour at 1pm. At ICA LA, Chelle Barbour, will continue the tour at 3pm followed by a light reception to celebrate your double tour achievement. Nina Chanel Abney’s work refers to such diverse subjects as pop culture, world events, and art history through vibrant and provocative compositions. Event runs: 1pm-5pm (*two locations); ICA LA, 1717 E. 7th Street, LA, 90021; https://www.theicala.org AND CAAM, 600 State Dr, LA, 90037; https://caamuseum.org/

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January 19, 2019:
Los Angeles fine artist Haleh Mashian presents “Figurine,” a new collection of thematic paintings at the Mash Gallery. Admission is free, RSVP Here; On view: January 12, 2019 – March 2, 2019; Art Party: 6-9pm; Mash Gallery, 1325 Palmetto St, Los Angeles, CA 90013; 213-325-2759; http://mashgallery.com/

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January 19, 2019:
House of Lucie Center for Photography hosts an opening reception and book signing for “Eric Lawton: EVENT HORIZON.” Read more on the Event Feature (on the Upcoming Events Page). Event runs: 5-8pm; House of Lucie at ROW DTLA, 777 S Alameda St., Building M1, Suite 140, Los Angeles, CA 90021; https://www.luciefoundation.org/

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January 26, 2018:
The fourth annual Uncorked: LA Wine Fest takes place at Union Station! We have a full feature about this event on our Food / Wine / Beer Events Page
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This event has two ticket options – VIP and General admission; Admission runs $60-$70 per person. Click Here to purchase tickets. Event runs: 5:00pm – 9:00pm; Union Station, 800 North Alameda Street, LA, 90012; https://uncorkedwinefestivals.com/losangeles

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January 26, 2018:

515 hosts a closing art party for “Joey Holdren: Photographs 2011-2016.” Art Party: 7-9pm; 515, Bendix Building, 1206 Maple Avenue, #515, LA, 90015; https://www.515bendix.com/

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January 27, 2019:
“Hunt Feast Repeat” is the debut solo collection of original art by Los Angeles artist, Noah Scott. Enjoy a one-night reception with complimentary cocktails, music, and art. “Hunt Feast Repeat” is a collection inspired by the Japanese theater art of Butoh, and features striking black and white enamel on wood. Find out more, on the Event Feature (Upcoming Events Page). Click Here to RSVP for this FREE event. Art Party: 5:00 PM – 9:00pm; Opulen Studios, 1309 South Flower Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015; http://www.bravenewhuman.com/

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Check back each weekend for updates – we will do our last half of the month update by January 17, 2019. Subscribers will be notified via email when new events are added. Email Chris at LAArtParty@Gmail.com to become a FREE subscriber.